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Old 2005-06-25, 02:26 PM
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DVD reauthoring question

I just reauthored a DVD and added a better menu. The DVD originally had 3 chapters and between 1-2 and 2-3 it spilt the songs. When playing, the gap between each of the chapters would cause a pause. I added chapters to the start of each song. Only problem I only knew how to create an additional chapter to the 2nd half of each of the songs at the original chapter breaks. The hickup is still present. What would be the best way to merger the video so this doesnt happen?

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Old 2005-06-25, 06:53 PM
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Re: After the .avi to dvd conversion. How do I...

I ended up using VSO's Divx to DVD converter. It's slow (as expected), but works well. If I leave the program window open after the first file completes, I can add more files to be converted to the same VIDEO_TS folder. That was my goal after all.

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Old 2005-07-01, 05:31 PM
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software for replacing audio on DVDs

i got a few DVDs that i want to upgrade the audio of to better source and lossless. searched a bit but found nothing, any recommendations? thanks
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Old 2005-07-01, 06:09 PM
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Re: software for replacing audio on DVDs

videohelp.com
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hope this helps
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Old 2005-07-01, 08:22 PM
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Re: software for replacing audio on DVDs

You may need some kind of wav editor to cut/add silence to your lossless source as well, cause I'm sure it will be of different length from the DVD video (Murphy's Law, pretty much).

You'll need something to rip the DVD, (DVD Decrypter is great) and then demux the video. Then you'd need something to mux new VOB files using the demuxed video your own audio from the lossless source (I'm assuming you'll want to convert it to uncompressed LPCM @ 48kHz).

I don't have much experience with DVD creation software... I think that IfoEdit can handle the re-muxing, but you'll have to look around for guides.
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Old 2005-07-01, 10:12 PM
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Re: software for replacing audio on DVDs

what OS are you using?
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Old 2005-07-02, 04:28 AM
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Re: software for replacing audio on DVDs

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You may need some kind of wav editor to cut/add silence to your lossless source as well, cause I'm sure it will be of different length from the DVD video (Murphy's Law, pretty much).

You'll need something to rip the DVD, (DVD Decrypter is great) and then demux the video. Then you'd need something to mux new VOB files using the demuxed video your own audio from the lossless source (I'm assuming you'll want to convert it to uncompressed LPCM @ 48kHz).

I don't have much experience with DVD creation software... I think that IfoEdit can handle the re-muxing, but you'll have to look around for guides.
yeah i know all the ripping and authoring stuff just the replacement itself, i found one guide on videohelp for soundforge http://www.videohelp.com/forum/archive/t265495.html
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Old 2005-07-03, 12:27 AM
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Sony Vegas 6.0b Help Plz!!!!!

whenever i capture dv, it automatically captures and splits to 4 AVIS, how do i change the setting so that it only makes one avi?
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Old 2005-07-03, 09:29 AM
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Re: Sony Vegas 6.0b Help Plz!!!!!

i use FCP/Macs, but its probably in the capture settings or system settings....it'll have an option "limit capture size to" and will usually have either a time-limit or a file-size-limit...i'll see if i can find out from one of the Vegas guys where this setting is exactly...
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Old 2005-07-03, 02:30 PM
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Re: Sony Vegas 6.0b Help Plz!!!!!

it captures in more than one file so you can store each file on one dvd. just work with them, no frames are lost.
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Old 2005-07-07, 01:12 PM
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Video edit

What would you guys say is "the best" software to purchase for video editing. I found some old VHS that i want to sync better audio, add menus, etc.

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Old 2005-07-07, 03:28 PM
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Re: Video edit

what OS are you using?
what price-range are you looking in?
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Old 2005-07-07, 10:51 PM
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Re: Video edit

Winows XP. I don't have a clue how much these things cost. $50 would be great, but then again, I'd spend a couple hundred if it were worth it.
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Old 2005-07-07, 11:12 PM
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Re: Video edit

Dont expect much for 50 my friend. Ulead/Pinnacle makes some pretty decent software for the price range, but videohelp.com is were everyone will send you, and for a good reason, there are reviews on just about every kind of video related software on there. Good luck.
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Old 2005-07-07, 11:23 PM
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Re: Video edit

If you spend fifty bucks, you'll think it's awesome for a while, but if you keep at it you'll end up bashing yourself against countless brick walls and will probably shell out more for an actually good program. God knows that's what I did.
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